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Document ID in KM upload iview

Hi,

I would like to use KM to store scanned documents. I have created new resorurce type and some structured properties that describe it in detail. But I have trouble with document ID (displayname). When I use standard KM iview for uploading documents and browse to file on my desktop upload iview automaticaly fills the name of the document and user must modify it manually according to real identification. Is there some possibility to "construct" name of the document for example from properties or simply break dependecy between property "File" and "Name"? Second question is whether it is possible to preset type of the document (resource type) in upload iview?

Thanks a lot

Zdenek.

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    Posted on May 06, 2005 at 01:44 PM

    Go to:

    Content Management > Global Services > Property Metadata Service>Metadata Properties

    Select the property that you are "pre-defining" and enter the default option into the default text box. Save the property and it should be complete. Now any document you upload should have that as a default!

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      Hi Trevor,

      thanks for hint but I cannot pre-define this property generaly. I have specific documents which are uploaded to specific repository. My document type is relevant only for these documents.

      Zdenek

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2005 at 07:50 PM

    In terms of the "preset" of the document type, you can set the document type property "Default value" to the one that you want in the metadata property itself. Hope this helps

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 01:51 PM

    Hi Zdenek,

    You can set the default resource type in configuration for folders and documents. System Administration > System Configuration > Content Management > Global Services > Resource Type Registry Service. Is this what you are after?

    Paul

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